Packets (as opposed to "course reserves")
A course packet
is a collection of material selected by an instructor, copied and
bound by Printing Services, and sold to students for a particular
class. Most course packets are sold in the campus bookstore. Some
are sold in the Copy Center, located in the Student Union Building, room 201. The instructor determines which course packets are sold
is material placed in the Library's Reserve Collection by an instructor
for use by the students of a particular class. The Reserve Collection
is located on the lower level in the north wing, and contains information
resources in a variety of formats. Electronic or digital reserve
material is available at http://ereserve.weber.edu/
- To find out "what is where" in the Library, consult
our floor plans.
- To find out "who is where", consult our personnel
- To find out how to get to the Library in order to see what and
who is here, consult our driving/parking
to access my email in the Library
Access to the Internet
is available from all computers in the library. Internet access
does require university identification (Wildcard) or library identification.
The computer stations in the Reference and Information Services
Department are reserved for research activities only. All other
computer stations throughout the library can be used to access e-mail
and Internet services without restriction.
Book on the shelf
To locate a book (or
other shelved material) in the Library you need to know two things:
1) the item's call
2) the Library's floor
The guide "Finding
Books" may speed the process, however, and we encourage
you to ask for assistance at any service desk.
are provided in the Copy Center, located on the middle level. Self-serve
copiers are located in the north end of the lower level, in the
south end of the middle level, and near the skylights on the top
Quiet Study or Group Study Area
The designated Quiet
Study area in the Library is located at the north end upper
level. In addition, this need can also be met at most of the study
desks located against the walls on the upper level.
Group study areas are, by default, any place other than the Quiet
Study Area at the north end of the upper level.
Study or Research Carrel
A limited number of carrels
for study or research are available on the top level of the Library.
These are made available to students and faculty on a first
come, first served basis. For more information, contact the
Librarys administrative office at 626-6403, or via email
to access word processing or printing
- Access to word processing is available from any computer station
in the in the library.
from library computers is .03 per page, and is retrieved from
the Pharos Uniprint station located near the Reference Desk
on the middle level (requires Wildcard). Color printing is available
at $0.15 per page, and is retrieved from the Circulation Desk
on the lower (Main) level.
older copy of a WSU catalog
The University Archives, a component of Special
Collections & Archives, houses a collection of official
WSU catalogs from the 1960's to the present. In addition, the University
provides some older catalogs online
"to assist students graduating under that catalog year. Please
note, however, that older catalogs are not updated (e.g., various
links and faculty and staff listings will be out-of-date)."